ALMA Babycare

Baby Balm 50 ml



The nourishing balm provides rich care and intensive protection for your baby's skin and helps heal any sore or dry patches. You may also use it on yourself as a lip or nipple balm.

Contains: 50 ML / 1.7 FL OZ

Organic certified: Certified by Austria Bio Garantie

Additional information: Very good skin compatibility dermatologically confirmed

Key Fact: Soothing effect

Includes: Recyclable glass jar and outer packaging


While still in mum's womb, the baby is coated with the body's own skin protection, the vernix. A natural protective cover against dryness and cold. Arriving in this world, baby's skin experiences many exciting sensory impressions: Warmth, cold, friction and tender touches. A lot of time passes before the very delicate skin finally matures - until then it requires particularly intensive care. Mild apricot kernel oil, moisturising shea butter, protective beeswax and extracts of soothing calendula calm and hydrate your baby's skin. Natural pure essential oils of rose geranium, mandarin, benzoin and atlas cedar provide the incomparable calming scent.


Persea Gratissima Oil*, Cera Alba*, Butyros-permum Parkii Butter*, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter*, Prunus Armeniaca Kernel Oil*, Olea Europea Fruit Oil*, Polyglyceryl-2-Sesquioleate, Calendula Officinalis Extract*, Tocopherol, Parfum* (essential oils), Cit- ral**, Limonene**, Linalool**, Geraniol**, Citronel- lol**, Benzyl Benzoate** (*ingredients from certified organic farming, **as a natural component of essential oils)


Our balm is beloved for treating minor injuries and is ideal to care for rough and red patches. Its excellent skin compatibility has been dermatologically confirmed, for the most sensitive baby skin. By the way, mum can also use our balm as a nipple cream or for lip care.

As a result of the waterless formula Baby Balm also helps protect delicate, uncovered areas of skin such as the face and hands from the cold, wind and harsh weather. Our is particularly rich and prevents small ice crystals from forming on the skin in cold temperatures.

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